Ampere cannot work without the help of volunteers. Do you like night culture, music and always wanted to meet your favorite artist in person? Then keep on reading!
Around 120 volunteers in different teams keep our venue running. Are you enthusiastic, motivated and do you like our work? Then you can be part of a team, get experience and build a network.

Our volunteers have a wide variety of tasks. You can find them selling tokens, doing the bar, toilets, taking care of the light and sound, cleaning, promotion, you can name it.

Depending on your wishes, you can reach out to us for helping us out once in a while or taking even greater responsibilities. We provide you with coaching, education and compensations.

Would you like more info? Send us a mail. 

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Volunteer of the month: Lars Tollet

Lars Tollet


Lars is currently enjoying the last days of his internship at Ampere, a job that took up most of his days (and nights!) this Spring. Curious to see what it’s like to discover nightlife from the inside? He’s sharing his impressions with us.


A: What made you choose Ampere to do your internship?

L: I’ve always been interested in organising events, and I’ve worked on a few myself, including Meadow festival in Herent. I’m also a lover of electronic music, so Ampere was a perfect match! It would be a dream for me to work in the music sector after my studies, which is why I chose Ampere: I knew I would learn a lot here in the short time that I get to spend here.


A: What kind of tasks are you responsible for throughout the week?

L: On weekdays I’m in the communication department. For example, I update all online calendars with our new events, I research various new possibilities to promote Ampere on social media… During the weekends before an event starts, I help with the production, and during the events, I am a stage manager.


A: Has your internship changed your vision of nightlife and culture? What have you learned?

L: What I mainly learned is that working in nightlife is full of obstacles and responsibilities. There are so many aspects that a venue like Ampere has to take into account, it’s actually a very serious business.


A: Which memories have marked you so far?

L: Being able to meet international artists is something I’ll never forget. And of course being a part of the Ampere team 😉

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